The Dylan Schopp Sunshine Foundation makes $25,000 donation to Florida Initiative for Suicide Prevention in honor of Dylan Schopp.
After Dylan Schopp took his own life at Markham Park in Sunrise last February, his family formed an organization to raise money and draw awareness to suicide prevention. The Dylan Schopp Foundation's inaugural Sunshine at the Park fundraiser marked the foundation's first anniversary by celebrating the life of the beloved 21-year-old.
In the 364 days since your passing, a lot has happened. We’ve cried together, laughed together and grown stronger, together. Along the way, a few more have fallen, but your light has kept us warm. Your spirit has guided us home and your memory has taught us all.
“Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among college students,” says the Weston mother, who is now herself a statistic – one of the thousands of parents each year who lose a child to suicide.
Pop singer Jake Miller remembers Weston friend in suicide awareness song titled "Sunshine." Music video filmed at Markham Park adds to legacy of friend Dylan Schopp.
Jake Miller's latest music video not only has him shining a light on an important cause, but also honoring his late friend, Dylan Schopp.
A musical tribute is made to a popular Weston college student who died by suicide. Find out how his friends and family hope to reach other troubled kids through a powerful music video.
In her first two weeks on the University of Pennsylvania campus, she hustled. She joined a coed fraternity, signed up to tutor elementary school students and joined the same Christian group her parents had joined at their alma mater, Stanford.
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On Instagram, Madison Holleran's life looked ideal: Star athlete, bright student, beloved friend. But the photos hid the reality of someone struggling to go on.
"I write because I know a little about mental and emotional anguish. I write because I think we all do. I write because I don’t know how else I can support my former students; 20-, 21-, 22-year-olds who are now grappling with the shocking loss of a dear friend."